OHL obtains the renewal of its Quality, Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental certifications
February 11, 2021
OHL has obtained the renewal of the certifications accrediting that it has an Integrated Quality, Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental Management System in accordance with the ISO 9001:2015, ISO 45001:2018 and ISO 14001:2015 Standards, respectively. This renewal was staged at a ceremony held at Torrespacio, the Company’s headquarters in Madrid, attended by Tomás Ruiz González and Gonzalo Targhetta Reina, OHL’s Corporate General Manager and Corporate Resources General Manager. José Luis García Martín, Head of Prevention Service, and Ricardo Sánchez Caballero, Corporate Quality and Environment Coordinator of the Company, also took part in this event. Alejandro González, General Manager of SGS Spain, and Lourdes Carabias, Director of the Central Region Operations, also from SGS, attended on behalf of SGS.
The renewal of these certifications has been achieved after a long process of external audits carried out by SGS in Spain, Czech Republic, Norway, Sweden and Chile, which have confirmed the implementation of the integrated Management System, which includes 136 certifications.
It should be noted that OHL is committed to the continuous improvement of working conditions, the health and safety of its employees, as well as the quality of our work, the satisfaction of our clients and respect and care for the environment as fundamental values of our corporate culture, as is reflected in the recognition obtained.
OHL would like to thank all the people who have made it possible to obtain the renewal of these certifications, for their effort and dedication.
Access to documentation:
- Main Quality Certification ISO 9001:2015 (download)
- Main Environmental Certification ISO 14001:2015 (download)
- Main Occupational Health and Safety Certification ISO 45001:2018 (download)
First picture and from left to right, Gonzalo Targhetta Reina, Tomás Ruiz González and Alejandro González. In the right picture, in a second row, José Luis García Martín, Ricardo Sánchez Caballero and Lourdes Carabias..